Tighten security measures to keep records safe
More than 50% of chief information officers who participated in a recent poll are “ex-tremely concerned” about security breaches of personal health information affecting their facility. And they should be, especially as more practices are moving toward utilizing electronic mediums to communicate with their patients, colleagues, and healthcare leaders.
A false sense of security
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